Whirlwind Wedding: Nuptial Knots in New York City


It was a whirlwind wedding last week–tieing our lose US ends in New York knots–nuptial knots, that is.

Yes, Sara and I are married!

Thanks to Lame Adeventures for this almost-wedding-kiss shot!

Thanks to Lame Adventures for this almost-wedding-kiss shot!

Unfortunately, our departure for Ecuador in less than 24 hours prevents me from writing more at the moment.  However, you can read about our great day on the blog of one witness–Manhattan resident and one of the best comic bloggers I know, Lame Adventures herself.

Below is the beginning of her post.  Please read and click over to her blog for the rest of the story and wedding photos, as well.

Later this week or next, our other blogger witness and dear friend  from the Big Apple, Jackie Cangro, will also be writing about the event.  I will share the link with you when it’s posted.

In the meantime, we are off to Ecuador, with two dogs and 10 suitcases, in less than 24 hours.  I’ll share more next week.

When I launched Lame Adventures in January 2010, I saw my site as an outlet for sharing tales set in New York City from the perspective of a hapless minion of modest means. At first, it was fine with me if only my close circle of friends and my sister, Dovima, read my blog. I am by nature an anti-social networker. Eventually, bloggers began to discover me, and I realized that was okay, too. I now enjoy reading several fellow bloggers and I have gotten to know members of my cyberspace posse quite well. On more than one occasion I have even been fortunate enough to meet fellow bloggers when they’ve visited New York City.

The most rewarding experience I’ve had thus far with meeting a fellow blogger occurred last Thursday when I met one of my earliest followers, Kathy McCullough over at Reinventing the Event Horizon. Instead of doing the usual, hanging out at a pub, Kathy emailed me and asked if I would serve as witness to the City Hall nuptials between she and Sara Coppler, her partner of seven years. On May 1, they would move to Cuenca, Ecuador. That was an offer I couldn’t refuse. My co-witness, Jackie over at Jackie Cangro, was on board to attend, too. I have since learned that Jackie is both an excellent sherpa and writer.

Click here to read more.

Please forgive my STILL not having responded to your lovely comments from last week’s post.  I’ve simply been too crazy-busy, what with the minor details of marriage and moving.  I promise to resume better blogging etiquette upon arrival in Ecuador.

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44 thoughts on “Whirlwind Wedding: Nuptial Knots in New York City

  1. Loved reading “Lame Adventures” narrative of your special day – congrats. Brought tears to me eyes…. Safe travels on your move and please get us up to date once you’re all settled in.

    Hugs
    MJ

  2. It was the most wonderful day Kathy! It was an honor to be be part of it! Thank you.

    Can’t wait to hear about your adventures in Ecuador. Maybe I’ll be seeing you and Sara soon. :)

  3. Best wishes to Mrs. & Mrs ……..______________(dont know the formal name with which to address y’all). Have fun. Be safe. Dont forget to write if you get work.
    ciao
    Jk

  4. Alright, you Coppler-McCullough globe trotting newlyweds! I cannot express the happiness I feel overwhelmed by when I think of your finally getting married. I can’t imagine how awesome that must have felt to stand there and say those words to one another after having to wait all this time. I wish you both all the happiness the world and life have to offer.

  5. Congratulations and much love to you and Sara!!! And safe and calm travels to you both as well. I wish you wonderful, interesting, warm, loving, and exciting days ahead! xoxoJulia

  6. Congratulations…enjoyed seeing the photos of the ceremony in NYC on the other blog…have a safe trip to your new home and look forward to hearing about you new adventures there…take good care.

  7. WOW! What a whirlwind, indeed! It’s true what they say, when it rains, it pours…. It sounds like life is pouring blessings on you. Have fun and so many congrats from my neck of the hood to yours. :)

    Sending love,
    Currie

  8. Congratulations to both of you. :D I cried when I read Lame Adventures beautifully written post on your wedding.
    Aren’t blogging buddies the best!

  9. Congratulations to you and Sara! I hope you’re all settled in and enjoying Ecuador by now. (I’m way behind due to a move of my own.)

  10. Congratulations Kathy and Sara! I am very happy for you both, and was so pleased that Jackie and Viriginia could be there to witness the occassion and report back. Wish you all the best for your life together in Ecuador!

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  12. HOW BEAUTIFUL!!! I’m just out of school and have had the chance to pop in and visit your blog and my goodness what lovely developments! Best wishes on a glorious future together, you two!!!

    • Oh, thank you so much, Chrissy! Are you finished permanently or just for the summer? I’m delighted to hear from you–just sorry we didn’t have a chance to meet when we lived so relatively near one another. Now you’ll have to visit Ecuador! Hope your academic year went well. More soon!

  13. YAY! Congrats!!! albeit a bit late. 7 more weeks of school and I’m DONE, and as coursework is beginning to wind down–sorta–I had the urge to check out some of my blogging buddies to see what’s been going on, and WOW OH WOW!!! I can’t read through all the blogs now, but I look forward to spending time catching up with what y’all have been up to. And this post is where I began! I am so happy for you both. Can’t wait to read your other posts. Again, Congrats to you both :-)

    • I’m so excited to see you around again. It must feel good to know that school is coming to an end before too long. We appreciate your stopping by and sharing in our wedding joy. Hope you had a lovely weekend, my friend!

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